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PPPs essential to addressing infrastructural deficits

The Government of Zimbabwe opted for PPPs years back aiming to attract investors into infrastructure projects and State-owned enterprises.
By Chido Mafongoya Mar. 25, 2023

Zim must improve on ease of doing business

Of course, our economy has been facing challenges for too long, but we should start developing since it has potential if managed well.
By AMH Voices Mar. 22, 2023

PPPs an essential tool for Zim to address infrastructural deficits

At present, most African countries are not adequately investing in connectivity and infrastructure, which significantly hampers regional trade.
By Chido Mafongoya Mar. 17, 2023

Zim structured debt talks step in the right direction

Zimbabwe has been recycling its socio-economic and financial challenges since 1980
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 17, 2023

New leather plant to boost Zim exports

The report said most enterprises in Zimbabwe were facing higher average unit costs when compared to regional peers.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 17, 2023

Decoloniality and development: A touch on trade and socialism

Therefore, the implementation of policies like the ACFTA offers the continent to address one of the colonial issues that has hampered development in Africa.
By Tanaka Muhwati and Panashe Gandah Mar. 7, 2023

Govt scouts for more value chain development aid

GOVERNMENT says it hopes to increase financial resources towards value chain development.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 27, 2023

Zim, Zambia to pilot agro-parks

Industry and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza said the two countries would soon launch a feasibility study for the project.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 24, 2023

Industries need everyone’s support

The manufacturing industry requires not less than US$2 billion to retool, and mines say they require upwards of US$5 billion to prop up struggling firms.
By Newsday Dec. 21, 2022